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Bonhoeffer, D., No Rusty Swords: Letters, Lectures and Notes, 1928-1936 (= Collected Works of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Vol. 1), 1965
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How to specify focus without using acoustic features Monique E. van Donzel AbstractHow to specify focus without using acoustic features Monique E. van Donzel Abstract
We further present a method that should be able to indicate the internal focal structure of a text, both in a read aloud version and in a freely retold version. This method is illustrated by an example text analysis
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Trevor Pateman Liberty, Authority and the Negative Dialetics of J. S. MillTrevor Pateman Liberty, Authority and the Negative Dialetics of J. S. Mill
For much more of the century, the task was perceived as existing. Its magnitude is visible not only in the historical record of disorder, moral and political
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Abu-Lughod, Janet L. Changing Cities. New York: HarperCollins 1991Abu-Lughod, Janet L. Changing Cities. New York: HarperCollins 1991
Appleyard, Donald. Planning a Pluralist City. M. I. T. Press, Cambridge, ma, 1976
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Doc, through to its culmination and ruination, I felt this was an excellent example of Aristotle’s breakdown of elements held in each form, the focus here being on Tragedy, although his brief explanation of Comedy as well
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An outline of aristotle\An outline of aristotle's poetics chapter Imitation
Epic poetry, tragedy, comedy, dithyrambic poetry, music of the flute and lyre are all moles of imitation. Imitation is produced by rhythm, language, or harmony, either singly or in combination
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The Globalization Gamble: The Dollar-Wall Street Regime and its Consequences. By Peter Gowan The 1990s have been the decade of globalisationThe Globalization Gamble: The Dollar-Wall Street Regime and its Consequences. By Peter Gowan The 1990s have been the decade of globalisation
The Globalization Gamble: The Dollar-Wall Street Regime and its Consequences. By Peter Gowan
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Unorthodox Lawmaking, Budget Bills, and Comprehensive Policy Making in the 1990sUnorthodox Lawmaking, Budget Bills, and Comprehensive Policy Making in the 1990s
In the Senate, bills are regularly subject to large numbers of not-necessarily-germane floor amendments; filibuster threats are an every-day fact of life, affecting all aspects of the legislative process and making cloture votes routine
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What the Body Does: Theorizing Hunger Striking and Embodied Agency in International RelationsWhat the Body Does: Theorizing Hunger Striking and Embodied Agency in International Relations
Draft prepared for Conference Presentations, comments are welcome but please do not circulate or cite without permission from the author
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Boy scouts of america V. DaleBoy scouts of america V. Dale
In 2000, the Supreme Court held in Boy Scouts of America v Dale that homosexuals may be excluded from the Boy Scouts under the latter’s Frist Amendment right to “expressive association.” Insert this case at p. 786, after Romer v Evans
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Supreme Court of the United States October Term, 1999Supreme Court of the United States October Term, 1999
Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence In Support of the Petition for Writ of Certiorari
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Student Name firstStudent Name first
Civil War times. The activities are based on your multiple intelligences and should be fun and engaging for you. You must choose at least two stared activities, the remaining four are your choice
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Class composition and the theory of the party at the origin of the workers councils movement Sergio BolognaClass composition and the theory of the party at the origin of the workers councils movement Sergio Bologna
This article appeared originally in Italian in Operai e Stato (Milan, 1972), pp. 13-46. English translation is by Bruno Ramirez
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Krzysztof Szczerski PhDKrzysztof Szczerski PhD
The eu multi-level governance in post-communist conditions – institutional challenges
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Chapter 9 east asia objectives of this chapterChapter 9 east asia objectives of this chapter
Taiwan. Japan's rise to a position of global prominence is traced. Working our way along the western Pacific Rim, we next come to South Korea, one of the realm's economic tigers
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